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Mon Jan 28, 2013
Haig Istamboulian answered:
Hello,

Realtors cannot answer questions about which areas are safer than others. But if you would like a sample portfolio of homes that are both rented out and homes that are in need of some work before putting tenants in them, contact me using my email address below.

I will send you a PDF file of homes that already have tenants in them and are collecting rent. We have a management team in place that will handle all of the necessary management of the properties, so it will be a turn-key process for you.

I deal directly with the people that purchase, renovate and manage the properties. Many of the properties return from 10 - 30% on your investment. 48 new homes were just added to the portfolio within the past month, so there are both tenanted and un-tenanted homes available.

Contact me and we can start there.

Thank you,

HAIG
(248) 379-6547
realtorhaig@aol.com
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Thu Jan 10, 2013
John Juarez answered:
Your bankruptcy attorney would be the best one to advise you on the status of your occupancy and any other aspects of your bankruptcy.
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Tue Jan 8, 2013
Charlene Johnson answered:
Good Evening Jariamitchell,

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The reviews for Martin L King Educational Center are very positive and their rating is a 6 out of 10. As a parent myself doing research is extremely important and I think after you do yours, you will not have a question what school your daughter should attend.

I hope this helps :-)
Charlene
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Mon Jan 7, 2013
cfrlaw answered:
I forgot to mention that the outstanding mortgage is only $165,000. They still want the $450,000.
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Tue Jan 8, 2013
Pam Sawyer answered:
Dear Elester,

I have Wayne County Stat reports including average day on market on my Website: www.pamsawyer.com. They are located under Resource or Blog. Thanks You hope this helps. ... more
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Sat Jan 5, 2013
Michelle Swain answered:
That is the asking price of that house. You will also need to include money for your closing cost which should be about $2,500 or so (taxes, title fees, real estate transaction fee).
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Thu Jan 3, 2013
Vikki Iverson answered:
I would recommend walking into Coldwell Banker to speak with a Realtor. They can talk you through finding a lender, the pre approval process, and figure out what your wants, needs, and wishes are. ... more
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Tue Apr 16, 2013
Hayward Little, Jr answered:
Hello,

Have you already identified the home that you would like? It is possible to purchase on land contract. Most investors are looking for 20% down plus associated closing costs. Let me know if I can assist you.

Hayward
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Wed Jan 27, 2016
Mack McCoy answered:
It says that the Grantor "conveys and warrants" to the Grantee.
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Tue Dec 25, 2012
Haig Istamboulian answered:
Hello,

It looks like the current owner is an LLC in Dallas Texas. It may be an asset manager that is preparing it for sale. It was deeded to the LLC from Fannie Mae earlier this year.

If you are interested in it, I can set up a search that will notify you once it is placed on the market. My contact information is below, so feel free to email me if you like.

Thank you,

HAIG
(248) 379-6547
realtorhaig@aol.com
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Fri Feb 1, 2013
Theresa Davis answered:
This property is available and for sale. If you have additional questions about the property or would like to view give me a call or feel free to email me.

Best Regards,

Theresa Davis, Realtor
The Real Estate Team
248-809-3122 Office
313-575-8992 Cell
tdhousefinder@gmail.com
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Fri Dec 14, 2012
Haig Istamboulian answered:
Hello,

The owner is listed as a lady that lives at a different address in the City of Detroit. Her name and address is on the public records. Are you interested in purchasing it or did you have a question about it? If you are interested in buying it, we can always send the owner a letter asking them if they have any interest in selling the home.

My contact information is listed below.

Thank you,

HAIG
(248) 379-6547
realtorhaig@aol.com
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Fri Feb 10, 2017
Danny Der answered:
Hi Lauren,

Do you have a recent appraisal of the property? what is the date of the "last sale price"?

Do you have any Comp's (sold, active and pending) within 2 months and half a mile radius of the house? If you are dealing with a real estate agent, he/she should be able get you these comparables, thus giving you the true value of the property.

House value changes with time and neighborhoods. Its important to know what you offer is a good deal for you.

I am a "Private Money" lender, I am a member of a private money network, I or one of my associates can fund you if the numbers on your deal is good, regardless of your credit rating or past history.

Please email me with details of your purchase, how much are you going to offer? How much downpayment ? How much time (when is closing date)?

I can help you analyze the deal, if the numbers are good, we can fund the property very quickly.


Danny W. Der
Deals4RE
privatemoneyexchange@adeder.net
www.PrivateMoneyExchange.com/dder
1-888-840-1183
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Thu Dec 13, 2012
Theresa Williams answered:
You can rent a home with a dog, if the owner of the home allows it, if they do, most times they will ask for a little more i n the security deposit if they allow a pet
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Tue Jan 1, 2013
Carl Dingledine answered:
Hello

I am a loan officer in Wyandotte, MI, I specialize in upgrading credit scores and helping people repair credit. I do not do land contracts but I have been able to get clients when others can not.

Call me 734-755-1064
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Wed Dec 19, 2012
Marge Bennett answered:
you should pay the pro rated share of the taxes for the days you own the property. If the seller hasn't paid, then their share should come out of their proceeds unless your contract calls for something different. ... more
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Wed Dec 26, 2012
Derek Bauer answered:
There are very few scenarios where a short sale is approved prior to securing a buyer. I see properties positioned that way quite often, and even showed one today that claimed to be exactly that ... but the long and short of it is it probably is not the case. I explained that to my clients today that it does not necessarily mean a thing.

I won't comment on the rest of your question, as it is up to you and the agent how you all want to handle that, if at all. There is always a risk in pursuing a short sale including out-of-pocket expenses. Hopefully you can get it resolved.

Good luck.
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Sun Jan 13, 2013
Bob Schweiss answered:
give me more information on the property.

Thanks
Bob Schweiss
REmerica Hometown One
(313)779-6188
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Thu Dec 6, 2012
Theresa Williams answered:
If its a hud home go directly to the hud website, hudhomestore.com look at the botom of that page for Agency Information and then click on REO Information, for other bank owned homes you can contact the bank directly, go on their website and do a search for reo , real estate owned, these are properties that are owned by the bank directly, then you can emailor call that department or their vendor who handles their reos ... more
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Sat Mar 16, 2013
Andy Hargreaves answered:
Actually --

Taxes are paid in advance by the seller. You're simply just reimbursing them for the portion of the year they paid for that you'll be living there.

If the taxes were delinquent, they will be paid current (they could be a lien) and you'll pay the seller back for the portion that you are using. ... more
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